June 6, 2008
Crossing Tracks Gallery located in the heart of Normal Heights at 3275 Adams Avenue, is in its fifth year of presenting an exhibition venue for contemporary artists. The gallery is operated and managed by contemporary artists sympathetic to the lack of exhibition opportunities for emerging artists in the San Diego area.
Artists are invited by the gallery curators to exhibit work in one or two person shows. Our exhibition history is diverse in terms of concepts and medium, varying from painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, installation, video and other interdisciplinary formats. Artists from the San Diego area have included Richard Keely, Yoshimi Hayashi, Peggy Ann Jones, John Dillemuth, Anna O’Cain, Gilbert Neri and Siobhan Ar-nold.
Artists from other areas have included David Andersen and Gene Flores from Portland, Oregon; Pamela Blotner, San Francisco; Jim Randall, New York; Dan Fuller, Albuquerque; and Gabriel Gaytan , El Paso.
Crossing Tracks Gallery continues to curate exhibitions reflective of the gallery mission and the personal, and often challenging vision of individual artists.
Crossing Tracks Gallery, in conjunction with Art Around Adams, will presents three visual art events on Saturday, June 7:
Opening Reception: Measure/Counter Measure, New Work by Thomas Johnson, 6-9pm.
TheInfinityLab presents: Open Wound of History, The Tale of the Third Ritual featuring an installation and performance by: Dr. Hueso (Robert J. Sanchez), Dr. Niku (Emiko René Lewis-Sanchez), 8:00 - 9:00 pm in the lower patio.
Post by Hollis Swan, video projection on the west facing wall of the Normal Heights post office (across from the gallery), 8:00pm - 10:00 pm.
For more information, please contact Roberto Salas at 619/521-0676 or email crossing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crossing Tracks Gallery, 3275 Adams Avenue, San Diego, CA 92116. 619/521-0676.